Os Guinness – Gospel in Life

Speaker/Author: Os Guinness

Challenging the Darkness – Towards a New Christian Renaissance; QandA

Challenging the Darkness – Towards a New Christian Renaissance; QandA

As we discuss how the church can engage an increasingly post-Christian culture in the west, it is helpful to take a step back from our own times and historically examine how Christianity has dealt with cultures that seemed implacably opposed to it. Christianity was never expected to convert the Roman empire; nor was it expected to convert the barbarian tribes after Rome fell. Yet, it both cases it succeeded despite the odds. Similarly today, Christians must hold onto hope for a revival in the modern west. This lecture was given as part of the Gospel & Culture Lecture series featuring Os Guinness.

Challenging the Darkness – Towards a New Christian Renaissance

Challenging the Darkness – Towards a New Christian Renaissance

As we discuss how the church can engage an increasingly post-Christian culture in the west, it is helpful to take a step back from our own times and historically examine how Christianity has dealt with cultures that seemed implacably opposed to it. Christianity was never expected to convert the Roman empire; nor was it expected to convert the barbarian tribes after Rome fell. Yet, it both cases it succeeded despite the odds. Similarly today, Christians must hold onto hope for a revival in the modern west. This lecture was given as part of the Gospel & Culture Lecture series featuring Os Guinness.

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February Book Offer

Put Your Hope Not in Lesser gods, But in the One True God

In his book Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller shows us how a proper understanding of the Bible reveals the truth about societal ideals and our own hearts — and that there is only one God who can wholly satisfy our cravings and fulfill our hopes.